Oscar Wilde's Tomb
Flamboyant, witty and irreverent, the Irish poet and dramatist Oscar Wilde’s life was the antithesis of Victorian English society. He died in 1900 at age 46, several years after release from prison for sexual indecency. Entombed in Paris' Père Lachaise Cemetery people have been leaving memorials for many years but in the past several decades have begun leaving red lip imprints. His grandson is angry and thinks it’s vulgar. What might the irreverent Wilde think?